Discover these three major capital cities of Central Europe on this affordable escorted tour

Itinerary

Day 1.

Arrival in Prague. Check-in hotel.

Day 2.

Prague — Vienna by private bus.

On the way to Vienna, we will show you the beautiful countryside of South Bohemia.

In the afternoon, we invite you for Vienna Grand City Tour. We drive you around Vienna’s Ringstrasse, a leafy boulevard around the heart of the city and the location of many impressive buildings, for example the State Opera House, the Hofburg (Imperial Palace), the Museums of Fine Arts and Natural History, the Parliament , the Burgtheater, the City Hall and the University.

Our guide will show you the most interesting and famous places of Vienna.

Day 3

Half day tour in Vienna Woods (optional).

A half-day excursion which shows you the most beautiful sights of the southern part of the Vienna Woods.

Passing the Roman City of Baden which is famous for its thermal springs, we drive through the romantic valley Helenental to the former Mayerling hunting lodge, where Crown Prince Rudolph with Baronesse Vetsera died tragically in 1889.

In the Cistercian Abbey of Heiligenkreuz (1133) you visit the medieval cloister which houses the remains of the last Babenberger. Then we arrive at the Seegrotte.

After a boat ride on the largest subterranean lake in Europe you leave the Vienna Woods and return to Vienna.

Day 4

Vienna — Budapest by bus. Check in. Budapest Grand City Tour.

After having a breakfast, we invite you to Schonbrunn Palace and then , we depart to Budapest Arrival and check in hotel. At the second part of the day, we invite you for Budapest Grand City Tour.

You will see the impressive neo-gotic house of Parliament. You cross the Danube on the Margaret-bridge (Margaret island) and drive to the Royal castle on the Buda side, where you visit the Fishermens’ bastion and the Matthias church.

After the Citadel you cross Elisabet -bridge and drive the City-park towards Heroes’ sqare.

Day 5

Half day optional tour in Szentendre.We are welcome you in small, but very famous baroque city at the gate of the Danube Bend, at the meeting place of the river Danube and the Pilis Hills, in a beautiful natural setting.

With a 25-minute drive from Budapest, we reach this picturesque Artist’s Village called Szentendre. You enjoy the special atmosphere of this village.

We also stop at the Confectionery Museum. This tour includes the entrance tickets.

Day 6

Back to Prague. On the way from Budapest, we will stop in Bratislava, where you will have some free time for sight seeing tour and lunch.

Day 7

Tour Historical Prague.After breakfast , we invite you to historical center of Prague. You will see Royal Palace, St. Vitus Cathedral, St. George Monastery and Golden Lane.

A pleasant stroll through romantic Nerudova Lane will lead you to Lesser Town with its famous and marvelous palaces and medieval Charles Bridge ( Karluv Most).

Then, all together, we come in Old Town Square surrounded by Old Town Hall with its famous Astronomical Clock, Tyn and St. Nicholas Churches.

From Old Town Square, we continue our tour to Wenceslas Square with St. Wenceslas statue .We finish our tour on National Museum, in the heart of Prague.

Day 8

Departure

Price per person:

  • Based on 3*** hotel accommodation is on request
  • Based on 4**** hotel accommodation is on request

This price includes:

  • 7 nights accommodation in Prague, Vienna, Budapest
  • daily brakfast, DBL accommodation
  • English speaking escort
  • English speaking guide
  • Private bus transfers

Price excludes:

  • Entrance fees
  • Arrival and departure transfers

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